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Landry, Matthew

Matthew J Landry





Davis Lab

After graduating with his PhD, Matthew will complete his dietetic internship through the UT-Austin Coordinated Program in Dietetics.

Education

PhD in Nutritional Sciences (in progress)

B.S. in Nutrition and Food Sciences, Louisiana State University 

Matthew's major areas of research interest are examining overall dietary quality and composition of a healthful diet on obesity, metabolic syndrome, and risk factors for chronic diseases; exploring human health and environmental impacts of the extant food environment; utilization of novel dietary interventions as conduits to promote health at the population level; and accurately conceptualizing and measuring food security in children to understand how determinants of health exasperate short and long-term health inequalities in food insecure children. 

  1. Mead Johnson Nutrition/Research Dietetic Practice Group Student Research Award (2018)
  2. Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics, Cultures of Gender and Age Conference Travel Award (2018)
  3. Public Health/Community Nutrition Practice Group Outstanding Student of the Year Award (2018) 
  4. UT Office of Graduate Studies Professional Development Award (2016, 2017) 
  5. The Obesity Society Biobehavioral Section Top Poster Award (2016)